In just over 51% of custody decisions, both parents agree that the mother should become the custodial parent. In roughly 29% of custody decisions, this is made without any assistance from the court or from a mediator. 11% are determined with the assistance of a mediator, and 5% are determined following a custody evaluation. By comparison, only 4% of custody cases require going to trial before primary custody is decided. Overall, 91% of custody decisions do not require the family court to decide.
Our investigators document when parents are engaging in reckless driving, alcoholism, or other types of criminal activities that put the child's welfare in risk. Based on the information collected by our private investigators, a parent can provide the courts with enough evidence to ensure the child is safe. Private Investigator obtained evidence always has a stronger credence in the court of law than parent accusations due to the sensitive nature of the case.
Of the reported cases of child abuse in America, over 60% of those are from neglect. These children are not receiving adequate food, protection, clothing or shelter from those whose care they are under.
If you suspect your child may be exposed to hostile or negligent conditions from their daycare provider or from your former spouse while they are under their care but you don’t have the evidence you need, we can help.